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Modified 11-Sep-18
Created 3-Sep-18
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I spent three foggy days in the very small town of Saint Bride's, Newfoundland. The main attraction is the nearby Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve.
Thousands of northern gannets nest on the cliffs within the reserve. Unfortunately, the fog made capturing photographs of these birds very challenging. So, I tried to use the fog to my advantage in images of the fishing harbor, church and cemetery. I've also included a few shots from nearby Branch, Newfoundland.
Capeway MotelSt. Bride's HarbourBranch HarbourSt. Bride's HarbourSt. Bride's HarbourSt. Bride's HarbourCrab basketsNorthern gannetsSt. Bride's HarbourBranch HarbourNorthern GannetTurquoise houseWhite house in fogBranch HarbourSacred Heart Catholic ChurchSt. Bride's cemeterySt. Bride's cemeterySt. Bride's cemeterySt. Bride's cemeterySt. Bride's cemetery